Leadership Team

Executive Directors

Marc Morje Howard

Marc M. Howard
Director of the Prisons and Justice Initiative
Professor of Government and Law
mmh@georgetown.edu

Professor Pietra Rivoli

Pietra Rivoli
Vice Dean, McDonough School of Business
Professor of Finance and International Business
rivolip@georgetown.edu

Managing Director

Joshua Miller

Joshua Miller
Director of Education, Prisons and Justice Initiative
Assistant Teaching Professor
joshua.miller@georgetown.edu

Academic Director

Alyssa Lovegrove
Alyssa Lovegrove

Alyssa Lovegrove
Managing Director, Georgetown University Entrepreneurship Initiative
Teaching Professor
alyssa.lovegrove@georgetown.edu

Assistant Director

George Chochos
Assistant Director of Program Management, Executive Education

George T. Chochos is an Assistant Director of Program Management, Executive Education and Program Manager for the Georgetown University Pivot Program. He is a prison and criminal justice reform advocate who has worked with organizations and legislators to pass a wide array of reforms, ranging from sentencing reform to expanding college-in-prison programs at both the state and federal level. 

George is a returning citizen who spent 11 ½ years in New York State Prisons, where he earned associate’s and bachelor’s degrees from Bard College through the Bard Prison Initiative as well as a master’s degree from New York Theological Seminary. After his release in 2011, he went on to attend Yale Divinity School, earning both a Master of Sacred Theology and a Master of Divinity degree as well as one of Yale’s top honors—the Walcott Calkins Prize. George has been a guest on the nationally televised Tavis Smiley Show and on NPR’s Where We Live radio broadcast. His story has been featured in The Politic, the Harvard Political Review, and in an award-winning article in the New Haven Register titled “From Jail to Yale.”

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